Here are the latest posts about Harper Lee on Writers Write:
Harper Lee to be Immortalized in New Harper Lee Trail in Monroeville, Alabama (2016-12-02): Harper Lee's attorney and a wealthy businessman are raising funds to make Monroeville, Alabama a major tourist attraction dedicated to the author and To Kill a Mockingbird.
Author Harper Lee Dead at 89 (2016-02-20): Harper Lee, author of To Kill a Mockingbird, has died at the age of 89. A recluse in her later years, she loved Hollywood and the feature film adaptation of her book.
Alabama Agency: Harper Lee is Not Being Abused (2015-03-15): The Alabama state agency looking into alleged elder abuse of author Harper Lee has ended its investigation saying Ms. Lee is fully aware of her book deal.
Newly Discovered Harper Lee Novel to be Published This Summer (2015-02-03): Harper Lee wrote a To Kill a Mockingbird sequel, which was lost for decades. It has been found and will be published this summer.
Harper Lee Settles Lawsuit Against Monroe County Heritage Museum (2014-06-08): Harper Lee has settled her lawsuit against the Monroe County Heritage Museum for selling unauthorized souvenirs and to regain her website url.
British Education Secretary Under Fire For Banning American Authors From Official Reading Lists (2014-05-27): British Education Secretary Michael Gove is on the hot seat for dumping To Kill a Mockingbird and other American classics from official school reading lists.
Harper Lee Agrees to Ebook Version of To Kill a Mockingbird (2014-04-28): Harper Lee turns 88 today and has has agreed to allow the ebook and digital audio versions of To Kill a Mockingbird to be published by HarperCollins.
Harper Lee Suing Literary Agent for Stealing To Kill a Mockingbird Copyright (2013-05-04): Harper Lee is suing her literary agent, Samuel Pinkus, for tricking her into singing a document that signed her To Kill a Mockingbird copyright over to him.
Harper Lee Denies Cooperating With Upcoming Biography (2011-04-28): Yesterday, Penguin Press announced details about a biography of To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee that was being written by former Chicago Tribune reporter Marja Mills.
Harper Lee Cooperating With New Biography (2011-04-27): Former Chicago Tribune reporter Marja Mills is writing a biography about To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee.
Events, Readings Planned for To Kill a Mockingbird's 50th Birthday (2010-05-30): The New York Times reports that many events are planned at libraries and bookstores for the 50th anniversary of the publication of Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.
Harper Lee Makes Rare Appearance (2005-05-23): Harper Lee, the 79 year-old author of To Kill a Mockingbird, has avoided the press for decades and has never written another book.